LuLu Group further strengthened its presence in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi with the grand opening of its world-class Supermarket at Al Wathbha Mall in Al Wathba South in Abu Dhabi.
Hassan Ali Al Dhaheri, Director of Al Wathba Municipality officially inaugurated latest brand-new Lulu Express Fresh Market at Al Wathba Mall in the presence of Sultan Huwayer, Department of Municipalities and Transport, Mohammed Ibrahim Al Sabbagh, Deputy Director of Abu Dhabi Municipality, Yusuff Ali MA, Chairman of Lulu Group and other dignitaries.
Also present on the occasion were Sheikh Ahmed Tasas Al Harthy, Sulthan Saeed Mohamed Khalaf Al Mazrouei and other other prominent personalities.
Al Wathba Community Market is an international standard retail and leisure destination offers an enriching shopping experience to the citizens and residents in and around Al Wathba. It boasts more than 50,000 sq. feet GLA with a fine selection of international brands and retail stores, coffee shops, restaurants, government service office and other amenities.
Anchor tenant Lulu Fresh which is also Lulu’s 230th globally is strategically located at Al Wathba Mall in Al Wathba south to cater the general public’s essential shopping needs. The sprawling 10,000 square feet fresh market has been designed using the latest retail space concepts and most modern technology for ease of shopping and offers grocery, fresh food, meat and fish, bakery, dairy, hot food, roastery, and a delicatessen, health and beauty variety and much more.
Located far from central Abu Dhabi and on Al Ain road, Al Wathba is a developing community in the emirate of Abu Dhabi with key cultural attractions and landmarks including Sheikh Zayed Heritage Festival and Wathba Wetland Reserve.
Yusuff Ali MA, Chairman of Lulu Group said, “We are glad to see another beautiful store opening that will cater to our loyal patrons living in and around Al Wathba and its adjoining neighbourhoods. It has always been our policy to make LuLu brand easily accessible to shoppers in suburbs and outskirt areas also, so they do not need to drive a long distance”